1. Brand innovations World AIDS day website gives you an insight into the fact that AIDS is a real battle that we are fighting and provides us with different promotional items like the simple aids awareness ribbons to show our support towards the people living with aids and helps us portray the importance of awareness about aids. Topic: World AIDS Day
HDN Key Correspondent: World AIDS Campaign's Executive Director, Marcel Van Soest in an exclusive interview with Health & Development Networks ahead of the World AIDS Day 2007 Topics: World AIDS Day, Leadership, Key Correspondent, HDN
Welcome to the seventy-ninth episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth Hauke and Charlie Harvey for all the very best science in brief! We kick off the podcast with a few prominent news headlines from the week, including: - ALICE in plasmaland - women not aware of heart risk - woolly jumpers shrink in the heat of climate change - memory booster helps mice - female phone calls affected by fertility - weather data could help healthcare planning - new energy sources needed to combat... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Charlie Harvey, Monique Tsang, AIDS, HIV, World AIDS Day
Radio programme in Ireland featuring Fr Michael Kelly and James O'Connor on World AIDS Day, 1 Dec 2010 Topics: IFGH, IFGH 2010, Maynooth, Irish Aid, NUIM, CDPC, World AIDS Day, Michael Kelly, James O'Connor
Story by Hugh Cox, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Public Affairs."The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) hosted a webinar in support of World AIDS Day, Dec. 02, for Navy health professionals that addressed HIV prevention in the Department of the Navy (DON)." Topics: Navy Medicine magazine, AIDS, HIV, World AIDS Day, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center...
The podcast that dissects Michael Jackson songs into oblivion."Gone Too Soon" - Track 12 - Dangerous - 1991(approximate episode length: 2hr 07min) Topics: Michael Jackson, Ryan White, Buz Kohan, Larry Grossman, World AIDS Day, Dangerous, King of Pop
Caribbean American PrideEthel Felix and Geneva Musgrave of Caribbean American Pride join Bob Lee to preview the organizations world AIDS day event. Topics: Bronxnet, open, bob lee, Caribbean American pride, world aids day, health
There are times when we wonder out loud that despite so many campaigns being launched to aware people about HIV and AIDS, It still remains as the world's most significant public health challenge, particularly in low and middle income countries. The new slogan for the 'World AIDS day'- Getting to Zero; might sound ambitious in many accounts, but it is not impossible ! This week on Saathi Sanga Manka Kura, we discuss how this motto can be accomplished with the help of young people to... Topics: HIV, AIDS, World AIDS Day, Getting to ZERO, Saathi Sanga Man Ka Kura, SSMK
Dedication presentation for the Karuna Sim in Second Life. Thanks to a generous grant from the National Library of Medicine, a brand new island, Karuna, dedicated to HIV/AIDS education, outreach, and support will open in Second Life on December 1 - World AIDS Day, 2008. Topics: second life, world aids day 2008, karuna, health infoisland, radio riel
Teens Helping Each OtherTeens Helping Each Other’s prevention specialist Davin McFarland joins Bob Lee for a preview of the organizations work in the community and upcoming World AIDS day event. Topics: Bronxnet, open, bob lee, teens helping each other, world aids day, prevention, suny downstate
On this week's show... * In honor of World Aids Day, we bring you a report on the new face of AIDS and the challenges faced by infected individuals * Independent Journalist Ben Dangl speaks about the Constituent Assembly and recent clashes in Bolivia * An update on the "Middle East Peace Conference" in Annapolis * Nurses are striking in West Virginia, plus more in our local and global headlines * and more in our local and global headlines Topics: Rustbelt Radio, World AIDS Day, AIDS, Bolivia, Ben Dangl, Annapolis, Israel, Palestine, West...
AIDS, AIDS Quarterly, Red Hot and Blue, Music, Puerto Rico AIDS & IVDU, SF General Hospital AIDS Ward, Gloria Lockett, Women and AIDS, World AIDS Day, June- November 1990. See scans of liner notes for detailed content. Topics: vhs, AIDS, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, AIDS Quarterly, Red Hot and Blue, Music, Puerto Rico... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
The Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Urban Agriculture Ordinance - Sacramento calls itself the Farm to Fork capital of the world, yet it's currently illegal for urban farmers in the city... Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, The Political Junkie...
World AIDS Day - Every year on December 1, countries around the world commemorate World AIDS Day. An estimated 34 million people worldwide have HIV/AIDS. In the greater Sacramento area, over 5,000 people are infected with the disease, 1,000 of which do not even know. Emily Tsuchida, nurse practitioner at the Center for Aids Research, Education & Services (CARES), joins us to share her experiences with treating HIV positive patients. Lee Child - If you haven't heard of author Lee Child, the... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, World AIDS Day,...